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There is much more to the music you hear in a series or in a movie than the songs you can find when you turn on the radio or drive to the nearest CD store.
Many of the dramatic scenes in a show are fuelled by music that adeptly conveys emotions, lends depth to the characters and propels a scene. This music is the score.


Every season and every episode has a memorable song. Something that will forever remind you of the scene it was in or the show it accompanies so well.
Here you will find each season's soundtrack for The L Word as well as a complete song listing for each episode. We tell you the name of the song, the artist who performed it, where it can be found in each episode, and where you can listen to or buy the song for yourself.

Sometimes music that fits well with the show doesn't even make it into an episode or onto the
soundtrack. Instead it is featured in The L Word promos. These songs whet the viewers' appetite and create anticipation for the season to come.


Want to know more about an band or musical guest featured on The L Word.  Here we feature musicians who have appeared on The L Word, or musicians whose music was featured regularly on the show or whose song(s) made a huge impact on the audience. See the current featured band below and see the previously featured artists here.

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Fans Of Jimmy Century


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Fans of Jimmy Century bandmates Alicia Peron & Victor James helped steam up The L Word this season when their track "Hot Sahara" was used as the sexy soundtrack to Shane's little dance of love in the VIP room with Dawn and Cindi at SheBar. In fact, the scene was so sexy that the FoJC MySpace page was temporarily shutdown due to concerns about the racy content of the now classic "Hot Sahara" scene. Alicia and Victor's music is a logical fit for The L Word since their style is often likened to another memorable L Word artist - Goldfrapp. FoJC are on fire this year as their music has been featured in several TV series, has been heating up the dance charts, and has also won awards.  You can be sure to look forward to big things from this duo next year. In the meantime, check out their store for more hot downloads


Fans of Jimmy Century's "Hot Sahara" featured in The L Word - Episode 4, Season 5.






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